We see an FY17 GDP is we are actually looking at a 50 bps improvement in growth from 7.3% for the current year to 7.8%, says Shubhada Rao, Chief Economist, Yes Bank. In an interview with ET Now, Rao says that the government efforts have yet to be ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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During an interview with the Economic Times, Yes Bank 's Chief Economist Shubhada Rao discussed India's macroeconomic outlook. She agreed that the rupee's exchange rate should align with its fundamentals. She stated that the rupee is overvalued in ...India Infoline, 1 month ago Inflation, monsoons in focus; see growth at 7.9%-8% next year: Shubhada Rao, Yes Bank Economic Times, 1 month ago Lack of rural demand, private investment among Modi govt's primary challenges: Shubhada Rao, Yes Bank Economic Times, 1 month ago
India's economic growth slowed in the last quarter of 2015, adding to pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to expedite stalled reforms in the next session of parliament when it presents its annual budget. Gross domestic product ...Business Insider India, 3 days ago India sees growth though economy loses steam The Gulf Today, 3 days ago India eyes stronger economic growth Melbourne Age, 3 days ago Government Sees Higher FY16 Growth Even After Economy Loses Steam NDTV Profit, 3 days ago
India sees its growth exceeding economists' estimates to overtake a slowing China, a pace Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government will be under pressure to sustain when it presents its budget on Feb. 29. Gross domestic product will expand 7.6 ...NDTV, 3 days ago India Sees Growth Exceeding Estimate as Modi Prepares Budget La Repubblica, 3 days ago India sees growth above estimate ahead of budget Gulf News, 3 days ago
India's economy grew at an average rate of 7.5% in 2015, faster than the 6.9% growth in China, official figures show. India's government said GDP growth in October to December was 7.3%, but it revised growth figures for previous quarters sharply ...BBC, 3 days ago India outpaces China in 2015 economic growth Financial Gazette, 1 day ago India government: GDP growth in October to December was 7.3% Ennahar Online, 3 days ago Sensex ends 285 points lower as government cuts GDP forecast; Nifty50 below 7,800 Economic Times, 1 month ago
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India's economic growth, measured by gross domestic product, grew at 7.3 per cent in the December quarter (Q3), meeting estimates. For the full year, the government now expects GDP to grow at 7.6 per cent, which is slightly ahead of estimates. The ...NDTV, 3 days ago Ahead of budget, GDP growth revised upwards to 7.6 percent Nagaland Post, 3 days ago In Good News Ahead of Budget, Growth Revised Upwards to 7.6% NDTV Profit, 3 days ago
India has every chance of becoming an export powerhouse, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's top economic adviser told Reuters, despite an ill wind blowing from China that has hurt the ability of Asia's third-largest economy to compete. Arvind ...Business Insider India, 3 weeks ago India can do a China in export: Panagariya Economic Times, 3 weeks ago India can still emulate China's export miracle Panagariya Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 3 weeks ago INTERVIEW-India can still emulate Chinas export miracle - Modi aide Reuters, 3 weeks ago
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KOLKATA: Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan expects the Fed to raise interest rates by up to 25 basis points from near zero next week but said it's ready to face up to volatility as panic withdrawals by overseas investors raise the prospect of ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
Image: Danish Siddiqui / Reuters Despite Tuesday's decision to hold rates, economists are optimistic that the RBI will lower rates in the near future T he Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept its key repo rate unchanged at 6.75 percent on ...Forbes India, 2 months ago Why have G-Sec yields not followed RBI's rate actions? Hindu Business Line, 2 months ago
* Says not politically pragmatic to slash interest rates radically * Central bank wants govt to cut interest rate on retail deposits * Govt fears political backlash if rates cut substantially (Adds analysts' comments) By Rajesh Kumar Singh ...Sify, 2 months ago India to move cautiously to cut interest rates on retail deposits Sharenet, 2 months ago India mulls rate cuts on retail deposits Oman Tribune, 2 months ago Will move cautiously to cut interest rates on retail deposits, says Arun Jaitley Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
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